The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 9, 1945 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 9, 1945
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f»AGE TWO BLVTIIEVIU1.I3 COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, I9<15 Coming Events ; , , WEDNESDAY -Mr*. Harry Klrby entertaining .Wedneiday. Bridge' Club /, To^n and County Club rrieetlng i; with Mrs. 0. c. Unjston Chapter "D" of P, E. O meeting with B. A Lynch, 1 p. iri 55B. A D, C, Club,meeting with Mrs S-.fanlord Shelton "" < i THURSDAY Mrs R L. Banister entertaining Thursday Contract Club, Thursday Luncheon Club meet- Ing *lth Mr« O..W. AHliCk Mrs R C. Rote entertalnlnj Oc» tette Luncheon Club. i Miss Virginia Martin entertaining Thursday Night Bridge Club. Mld-Week Club meeting with Mrs W. L Horner. Fidelia Sunday School Claw of Fust Baptist Church having pot luck supper at home ol Mrs. AHin Huffman, 7pm. Frtendlj Eight meeting with Mrs , Ruby Briley' Officers Are installed Mrs. James Hill Jr., again will serve as president of the Woman's Society of Christian Service o(, First Methodist Church, having been reelected to that olilcc at ft combined business and social meeting ot .the organization held' yesterday afternoon nt the church. Mrs. S, B.. Wllford served us Installation officer, for the afternoon, with the other officers installed J being Mrs A O Hudson, vice president, Mrs C L. Wylle, re j cording secretary; Mrs. Marcus Pvrard, corresponding secretary; Mrs Q O Hubbnrd, treasurer; Mrs. L. E. Baker, superintendent- p[ missionary education service; 'Mrs. Harrcy • Morris, superintendent ot Christian social relationship; Marjorlc .Wnrren, •superintendent of students work; Mrs. S. C. Owens, secretory of young -women and cbtMreu's work;; Mrs. R. B. Stout, secretary of-literature' and pufoll- Mrs W A. Stlckmbn , Cf cub meeting with its Mrs Boy<# Stoore entertaining G N B Club ' Mre 'Jack Marsh entertaining _lmtial Club t r- " SATURDAY AJVU.W. meeting with MlssMar- jone Warren r 3 p. m. ^ Floyd -Whites Entertain At Informal Dinner Party Mr and -Mrs t- Floyd A. White celebrated^ their 23rd wedding an- nuersary with a dinner pnrtv liut nlpht at Hotel Noble »rw>n trrosts included 13 of their r- ' ' • •>'friends. The affair, a » surprise to Mrs, White, '«-, -n.n sjranged by her husband A red and white coVrr scheme prevailed throughout the decorations of the Colonial Room, where a low bowl ot red qirnations formed the centerpiece-lor the dinner church table A, cor sage o't the name now- forces, ers marked Mrs ' Y/hlte's place Following th* three course dinner, the guests spent the evening In informal > entertainment • • ' * ^ Have'Meeting At Church Members of the Woman's Society of chrUllaa Service of Lake Street Methodist Church met. yesterday afternoon at the'church for program and sociaj rneeUng, with Mrs C M Baxter fteader of the program on the topic ."Behold, I Have Set Before Thee' r Ari Open Door" Assisting on thf program were Mrs H E. Harper^ Mrs Iverson Morris, Mrsl George,, Shanks, Mis W L. Green. Mrs *<Bates Sturdy, Mrs Alan Van Winkle,' Mrs C T Shamlin, Mrs.'' George Crcv,s, and Mrs H E LnShot ~\!rs' Morris concluded the program -with, a vocal solo, followed by prnyer'fcy Mrs Sturdy Mrs Greei^ presided over th? bnef business' session, and the 14 members, present were, dismissed \Mth prayer by Mrs Morris During- the socjal hour whlc*i followed, refreshments were served by Mrs Sturdy anrj Mrs Bhamlln, hostesses for the, afternoon * * * Women's Council Meets Mrs Harry «Brown entertained members of fhe< Women's Council of First Christian Church yesterday afternoon at her home, on 'Highway €1^North, when the business meeting was presided over by Mrs George W B&rham In the absence of the president Mrs, J 0 nils. Mrs M pUzslmmons was leader of the brief worship service on the topic of "Prayer", when'she opened the eervice. with'a. scripture reading, followed by a quotation read from the book,,"Climbing to God" She closed trfat portion of the program -?,itli' prayer.- , ' Routine- business • was transacted and plans sere complete^ for the fellowship- TOpper, to be j given at the Hall tomorrow 7 night at 7 o'clock. • . , During the social 'hour,. Mrs Brown served a dessert course w'th coffee. ' v ' sccictfU} of supplies;. Mrs. O. N Hiwklhs, secretary of spiritual life Mis R A Bciry'mnn gave a piano solo-to ouen the afternoon's program,' nnd Mrs. Wllford, program lender for the afternoon, ills- tussed the purpose of the Woman'. Society, of ^Christian Service, be fore Mrs. Berrymnn gave n vocn eolo. Mrs. Hill, presided over the busl ness meeting when minutes of th previous: meeting were rend b Mrs. L. E. Baker in tlie absenc of' Mrs. C. L. Wyllc. Minutes als were, read and apnrovcd of th executive board meeting held Jai 3 nt the home of Mrs. G. G. Hul: bard, and a motion was made an improved to hnve the circles, con Inu'e to meet In nclijhborhoo rrpups for the duration of the wa Tlie organization also Is to sponso n movement to hnve a nlaqne bin Circle Meetings Held Circle meetings of the Women's Auxiliary ot First Presbyterian Church were held yesterday by lumbers of Hint organization, hen the program topic at each sslon was "Ourselves, Ainbassa- ors". '.' Mrs. J. A, Leech entertained Inc members of Circle One, when. ic devotional and program were resented by Mrs. Roy Walton. Elgin members of circle Two let, with Mrs. Harvey T. Kidd, •hen the Auxiliary president, Mrs, nl B. Harrison, also was present. 1rs. W. A. Dobyns was In charge (he program for the afternoon. Mrs. J. A. Snlllm was hostess to 0 members nf Circle Thrf"! when Irs. J. A. Webb, assisted by Mrs, Ray Worthlnglon, prescnicd the flcriioon's program. Mrs, Lucy McAdams nml Mrs. E. B. Thomas were co-hoslcsscs to 12 ncmbcnraf tjie Circle Four,- enter- last night nt the McAdnmi ionic, Mrs. J. A." Webb was n guest. Mrs, Hngli. Hudson and Mrs. Ver- 1011 Tliomasson presented tlie pro- ijrnin for Uie cyenlngi Hclicshments were served by each of the liostcsses during Die social hour which followed each :necllng. * • • Flavc Circle Meetings . Circle meetings ' were held by members of the Women's Missionary Union of First Baptist, Church yesterday afternoon. Mrs. R. E. Van Hoo.ser was hostess to nine members of Circle One, when Mrs. Marlon Williams also became a new member. The devotional was given by Mrs. Williams and prayers were offered by Mrs H. H .Brooks and Mrs. E. IS. Woodson. Circle Two met, with Mrs. G. C Weds Navy Man Mrs. James P. Garner was befor or recent marriage, Miss Ka larby of Minneapolis, Minn. He laiTlage to Mr. Garner, motor ma hlulsts mate 2-c in tlie Navy, wa olcmnlml Dec. 23 In West Pali Beach, Fla., where the Dlythcvll nan now Is. stationed. In the church Inscribed' with the nnrnes of all young people of the church now serving with' the armed "orces. A treasurers report by Mrs. Hubbard, and a discussion of the Crusade for Christ be held Thursday In Joncsboro concluded the business meeting, and the grrmo was dhmUsed v, 1th prayer by Mrs. A. O Haley During the social hour which followed, refreshments were iswvctl. by the hostesses tor the" afternoon, "'ho Included Mrs. Hudson, Mrs. Belle Wood, Mrs. Mrvt B. Held, Mrs. Ed Cooke. Mrs. W. M. Burns. Vr" Jesse Tnv'or and Mrs. S. R Webb Wins Place On Honor Roll -Miss Mary Helen Moore Is one Ml!) students In the University ol Wuinsns College ot Agrlculiurc who won .n place on the honor roll H.ifting\the.Fall mmrl^r. it has been "rinaunced by Dr. Waller R. Hor- lachcr, dean nntl director. : Tlic dnughter of Dr. and Mrs. L. H.' Moore, she is a senior at trie University. S. S. Class Has Party Mrs. J. W. Raydcr and Mrs. Jim rompklns were hostesses to members of the Gleaners Class nl First Baptist Church when they enter T cined last night at the Rayder ftomc, which, was attractively decorated with mixed flowers. Mrs. Walter Bishop, class teacher, gave tho devotional, and Mrs. Joe. Ewlng, president, was in charge of the brief business ses- •lon. A treasurer's report was given by Mrs, Uoyd Sllckmon and other ilass otlicers gave their regular Tonthly reports, 'llie business ses- =lon closed with prayer by Mrs. itickmon. Games were played during the sccial hour, and later the hosless- ;s served a, dessert course. Hawks with 12 members, one visitor and one new member, Mrs John Johnson, present. Mrs. EW Carson gave the devotional, am prayer was led by Mrs. E. P. Bio irieyer and Mrs. Ted King. Thirteen members of Circle Three met with Mrs. H. Ix Chum hers, when one visitor also wa The devotional wns givci by Mrs. W. P. Copelaiid. nncl Mrs R. H. Blaylock Ihught'the.nilsstoi study course. The closing praye was given by Mrs. E. E. Stevens Circlo Pour met with Mrs. C. C Johnson witli nine present. Th devotional from the 40th Psaln was given by Mrs. E. L. Croud and In n. brief business scssloi Mrs. Johnson was•/elected clrcl Us, Mr. and Mrs, Albert Ellis. He 111 report back to Pope Field on aii. 10: .! '' ' • MrsI'lJ. M- Knitz L? spending a ;-i! days in Little Ro:k as the uesl of her son, and his family, id Mr; ^and Mrs. .V. O. Gray. Mrs, Rene George, antl son, Jniest Rene, left Sunday afternoon 0!- Greenwood, Miss., where they 111 spend a month with her mo- ncr Judy McCall, daughter of Mr. .nd Mrs. E. M, McCall, is Improv- cl utter having been 111 for the iasl week at the .family home o» Vest Ash Street, Mrs. Polly Matthews was dlsmlss- :1 yesterday from Walls Hospital vhcrc filie has been undergoing rcnlmcnt for the past week. Her condition Is Improved. 4-H Leaders Hold Banquet At Gosnell Springfield, .Mass., has more trees n proportion to population iny other American city. than Salute n Memphis where Vcrnon was ad- nittcd to Baptist Hospital for reatment. Mrs. G. V. Daws has returned [rom Trenton and Halls, Tcnn., vherc she has been visiting relatives. En route home she suffered full as she entered the bus, sustaining a fracture of smaller bones n her foot and now Is confined to her Immi; for several days. Lieut. Charles E. Dowu an instructor at Blythevllle Army Air Field, is In Burbank, Calit., where he Is taking n special course for several weeks. Pvt. Marie Iglchcart has returned to Reno Army Air Base, Reno, Nov., after spending ft 15-day furlough with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Iglchcart at Dell, and with her sister, Mrs. Dan Burton. of Blythevllle. Allen ncrry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry, Is ill at their home on East Main Street. • : : •Cant., and Mrs. George Curry spent last night and today here as 1 suests of Mr. and Mrs. Snmuel F. Nori'ls. Captain Curry, formerly stationed at Blythevllle Army Air Fidel, has been on temiwrary duty at Dallas. Texas, for the past sev.- crar weeks. They now arc en route • chairman, succeeding Mrs. Theo ^• F ort DewiT M"S dorc, lognn, who'.resigned. Prayers i ln!) ^11 tran"rirred w , were given by Mrs.. J .H. Adnnis, nnrt by 'Mrs; Ingnn.' Nine members , of Circle Fwc were cnU'rtiUiK'il l)y;.Mrs. E. P. Htti'din, when , thc.^devbtioi^al., iwns Mrs. John Miles Miller nnd her l-nuseEucst, Mrs. E. C. Nichols of ' Kalaiuazoo, Mirh., spent today In • Jnnnsboro, where they met \lv Mr. Nichols who . , . -• J • ,1 v -' ' i' •" • nunui inni JYII , L"*II,IIUI^ wit Even by.Mrs.lfardin,,the mission rclm . nlng from LiU | 0 Rock „, study _by Mrs Wallcr...Bishop and | i hcy wc }, t Sunrtny _ They wcre nraycrs by Mre. O. J. Rodfrers, Mrs. Bishop nnd Mrs. M. C. Outlaw. Refreshments were, sewed during the social hour which followed each of the programs. Officers and leaders of the 4-H Clubs cast of Big Lake last night had a banquet and meeting at Gosnell School. Fifty-five people were expected and 59 were present to make a "full house", according 10 the newly elected council reporter, Miss Ethelonu Owens. . The Gosnell Club served the banquet, with the Mississippi County Farm Bureau as host. •• The Yarbi'o Club, under direction ol Miss Minnie Foster, led in group singing. Wade Reeves Jr. of Blythevllle was featured with Ms accordlan. In addition to solos he accompanied the group in group singing. H. C. Knappenberger, secretary .of the Mississippi County Farm Bureau', was principal speaker. He praised all of the farm organlza tlons Includnig- the 4-H and Horn Demonstration Clubs and said they together had helped a lot In mak ing this county a fine place it which to live. He said the Parn Bureau had alwcys been Interest e ( | In 4-H Club'work and had sup ported the, club work In one way o another tor-years. .Softball trophies were awarded t the winning clubs in last summer tournament. These went to Gosne A boys, 1st,-place; Flat Lake girls, 2nd place; 1 Promised Land 1 boys, 2nd .place; and Gosnell girls, 2nd place. Appreciation., was expressed ', Keith Bilbrey to the Fair Associ: tlon for having furnished'lights a the fair grounds for the many nlgl 1 games playetf there. The Farm Bureau awarded to'Gerald.Cassldy of Armorel for being the. outstanding cotton farmer in 1944. A similar amount was. awarded Jerry 'Hollingsworth of Yarbro for his swine management; project. The sum of $10 was awarded the Gosnell Club for having been what Mls-s Cora Lee Coleman and Mr. Bilbrey thought was the best, 4-H Club in 1944. The Yarbro Club received $5 for. second place in tills contest. Off leers pf the 4-H County Council elected for 1945 were Ger- ald Cassldy ot Armorel, president; Johnnie Uuclos of Promised Land, vice president; Ruby Nell Bcvill of Gosnell, secretary; Ethelena Owens of Lost Cane, reporter; Barbara Yarbro of Yarbro, song leader, crald Cassldy presided over the ection, as wcl! as the business SElDii.ulilclt followed. Mr. Bilbrey explained that tv.'o hools had asked for ihe annual H Basketball Tournament; Lost ana and Gosnell. This matter was scussed by the club members and hen each club was allowed one otc for the place of Its choice. It as understood that a similar vo'2 111 be taken In another meeting Vest of Big Lake before Iccal tournament is finally made nowh, Members of the clubs also ex rcsscd themselves as being In fa- or of a play tournament later in e year. Tlie county' agents said a slmi- ar set of council of council of- icers would be elected from the lubs West of BI? Lake and the> rould all work Jointly. In forming ind directing the year's club work The meeting was adjourned afte: 3era!d Cassidy led the. group Irj tin I-H pledge, "I pledge my head ta •learer thinking, my heart to great •r loyalty, my hands to larger ser ,'lce. and my health to better liv nj; for my club, my community ind my country. At The Hospitals Klyilicvillc Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Georgia Lambert, city. Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs, C. O. Thomas, city. Joe Bird, I.eachvllle. Ed Crawford, city. Mrs. C. R. Hester, city. Mrs. Harvey Baldrldge, city. C. A. Gentry, city. Laverne Viars, city. Donald Aycock Jr., city. Dismissed: C, L. Jennings. Steele, Mo, Mrs. Polly Matthews, ctty. Mrs. Lucy Mccutcheon, Campbell. Mo. Mrs. Leon Scherer, city. ' Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: Mrs, J. E. Craflon, city. Mrs. porothy Hipp, city. Vernoh' Iglehart, Dell. L. Bailey, Wilson. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: .Miss Lillian Wilson, Wilson. Mother Set the Taco BOSTON (UP)—A chip off the old block is Pvt. Mary .p. MacDonald of Brighton, now with the WAC at Fort Oglcthorpe, Ga., whose ambition is to achieve a rank equal to the chief petty oiliccr rating held by her mother during World War, I. MIA Here's One of The Best Ways to He!p Build lip Red Biood! You girls and women who suffer from simple anemia, or wJjp lose so much during montlUy neriotls that you are pale, feel tired, weak, "dragged out"— due to low blood-iron— Start at once— try Lydfa Plnkham's TABLETS—one ot the greatest Wood- iron tonics for home use you buy to help liulld up red blood to give more strength and energy—in such cases. Taken as directed—Pinkham's Tablets is one of Hie very test home ways to get precious iron into the blood. Just try Pinkham's Tablets faithfully for at least 30 days. Then see if you, too, don't remarkably benefit. Follow label directions. Pinkham's Tablets are well worth trying. All drugstores. (USCG plioto /rom There's ' o^ mixture oE sadness and wonder in tliis little Filipino lad's expression as ho flashes a salute—which he copied from G. I.'s who liberated Uis .homeland—when cou- frontc'd''by a Const Guard photographer on Leyte Island. in Little Rock by Mr. Nichols brother, C. D. Nichols of Oklahoma. Citv, who spent, (.wo days there with them. Enrat. Charles D. Ellis, who is stnlioned at Pope Field, Fort Bragg, N. C., is. spending his 15- cJay furlough here with his par- Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Gill had as their guests Sunday night, Mr. and Mrs. William Wlmberley of Houston, Miss. Mrs. James Barksdale spent today in Memphis where she visited her sister, Mrs. R, L. Bruton. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Igluheurt nnd son, Vernon, of Dell, spent today -t Dr. W. A. Taylor Veterinarian Phone 453 Ste.At PhUlijK Motor Co. Offke Shorthand, Bookkeepi -sTyping MRS. L M. BURNETT ' Heam Kiom 3210 GIFTS DISTINCTION 1 -W* 9muV "!"' to 8b»» At— The Gift Shop 7V Ibiden Orfta MOSS BRYAN r Mississippi County's ^ , v> •*•;,*- — *>- < - Singing •, ,'Convenljoilv. , Mttlwdtrt Sunday, Jan. 14,' Z Save used fats for your country! Keep saving all used kitchen fats. Your country urgently needs them... to help make medicines, parachutes, synthetic rubber, munitions, paints and soaps for military and civilian uses. So keep up your good work. Save every possible drop of used fats. Remember, lor each pound you turn in, you get 2 red ration points! Save Used Fats- or the Fighting Front oicd by OVA and WPA, Paid for by Industry ^rpsld Today^ slioss must be of 5mi olwois with Sly for dg|>. Coiitinuoiis Shows Every Day i'ox Office Opens 1 Show Starts 2:00 I.ISTF.N TO KI.CN 12:45 p.m. Tuesday & Wednesday •Thursday & Friday ^BJNG CROSBY x If RISE STEVENS .^SffKSU 1 Selected Sliort Subjects Matinees Sat. & Sun Only Opens each night 6:J5; sinrts Opens Sunday 1:00; Slarts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and San. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the lioxy. Tuesday & Wednesday THE PERFECT BODYGUARD ...FOR ANY GUY! ALBERT-SHIRLEY Selected Short Subjects Lydia Pinkham's Of Our Entire StocS s Sale Starts Wednesday iV\orning. Includes All Winter and Summer Sportswear—Nothing Is Reserved —We're Discontinuing the Deparment. EVERY ITEM BLOUSES Now Reg. 1.50 .-. 75c Reg. 3^29 . 1..65 Reg. 5,95 . 2.98 Long & Short Sleeves. Now Reg. 3.95 .1.98 Reg. 4.95 . 2.48 Reg. 5.95 . 2.98 Long & Short Sleeves. Now Reg. 1.95 . 98c Reg. 3.45 . 1.73 Reg. 3.95 . 1.98 J SLACKS Reg. 2.95 . 1.48 Reg 3.95 . 1.98. Reg 495 248 Reg. 5.95 . 2.98 S 3 j f* • B 1 m f^l^S? x\I15 TC 1 BOCKS JUiiS Reg. 2.95 . 1.48 Reg, 5.95 . 2.98 Reg. 7.95 . 3.98 Reg. F\IT5 CCC F°C DRESSES Reg. 5. 95 Reg. 7.95 Reg. 9.95 Now 2.983.98 4.98 ONE LOT RAINCOATS Men's & Women's 7 Styles— Reg. 9.95—Now We're Also Clearing A Number of Women's Chenille Robes At Reduced Prices. These Robes Were 10.95 — N<w 6.95. 312 W. Main Phone 2342

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